Free Press Journal
  • Indrani

    Sheena case: Indrani to be produced in court as PC ends

    Mumbai: All the three accused in the sensational Sheena Bora murder case — Indrani Mukerjea, Sanjeev Khanna and Shyamvar Rai — will be produced in a court here as their police custody ends today.

  • Jennifer Aniston

    Jennifer Aniston has ‘more confidence than ever’

    Los Angeles: Actress Jennifer Aniston has “more confidence than ever” and says tying the knot with her “best friend” Justin Theroux is the “icing on the cake”.

  • Syrian Refugees

    Australia vows to resettle ‘significant’ number Syrians

    Canberra: Australia’s prime minister said today that his country will resettle a “significant” number of refugees from Syria this year, while the opposition called for an additional 10,000 refugee places to help the world cope with a humanitarian crisis.

  • 30 years later, French agent apologizes for bombing boat

    Wellington: A retired French secret service agent has apologised for planting the bombs which sank a Greenpeace ship 30 years ago, killing a photographer and causing an international incident that tarnished the image of France.

  • Ceasefire

    One killed, four injured in Pakistani shelling at LoC

    Jammu: A civilian was killed and four others were injured on Monday in Pakistani shelling along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district. “One civilian was killed and four others were injured in indiscriminate shelling on the LoC by Pakistan Army in Poonch district,” a senior official told IANS in winter capital Jammu.  The official said the injured are being shifted to hospital for treatment. Defense spokesman Lieutenant

  • Sebastian Vettel

    Sebastian Vettel makes emotional call for Monza to be retained

    Monza: Sebastian Vettel risked another head-to-head confrontation with Formula One ringmaster Bernie Ecclestone on Sunday when he launched an emotional plea for the Italian Grand Prix to be retained on the calendar.

  • Eknath Khadse

    Eknath Khadse says BJP broke off alliance with Sena at his behest

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Revenue Minister Eknath Khadse has publicly accepted that the BJP decided to snap ties with its over two-decade-old alliance partner Shiv Sena a fortnight before the Assembly polls in October last year only after he assured the central leadership that the party can come to power on its own.

  • Jean Darling

    `Our Gang`s` last surviving actor Jean Darling dies

    Washington DC : ‘Our Gang’ star Jean Darling has died due to natural causes at the age of 93 in Rodgau, Germany. The American child actress was the last surviving actor of the silent era and of the original cast of the comedy short film series, Deadline.com reported. Darling’s close friend Rene Riva, who directed her in 2013’s short silent comedy film ‘The Butler’s Tale,’ confirmed the death news of the actress, who started

  • Raheel Sharif

    ‘Pakistani Army capable of tackling any kind of war’

    Rawalpindi: In an obvious reference to India, the Pakistani Army chief, General Raheel Sharif, has said the force is “fully capable” of dealing with any kind of threat” and that any “misdaventure” would come at an “unbearable cost”.

  • Pedro

    Chelsea move will boost Euro 2016 chances: Pedro

    London: Chelsea forward Pedro has said he has no regrets over his decision to leave Spanish giants Barcelona to join the English club, arguing that the greater game time on offer at Stamford Bridge will boost his hopes of making the Spanish squad for Euro 2016.

  • David Moyes

    David Moyes refused many Premier League club offers

    San Sebastian (Spain): Former Manchester United manager David Moyes said he turned down “a lot of offers” from English Premier League clubs in the summer to remain at Spanish club Real Sociedad.

  • Hillary Clinton

    New polls bring more bad news for Hillary Clinton

    Washington: Amid the email controversy dogging Hillary Clinton, new polls brought more bad news for Democratic frontrunner showing her losing to Republican rivals Donald Trump and Jeb Bush in two first nominating states.

  • Lang Ping

    Lang Ping guides China to fourth volleyball World Cup title

    Nagoya (Japan): The Chinese volleyball team secured their fourth World Cup title and a berth at next year’s Rio Olympics with a hard-earned 3-1 victory over arch-rivals Japan in their last match and a 10-1 win-loss record at the 2015 FIVB Women’s World Cup here.

  • Arms seized

    Bangladesh police, army seize firearms, bullets from remote area

    Dhaka : Bangladesh police and military have seized five firearms and 300 bullets in a joint drive from a remote area in the Dighinala Upazila of the country’s Khagrachhari District. According to the Daily Star, the joint force also arrested a man, but have not identified him as yet.  The commanding officer of the Dighinala army zone, Lieutenant Colonel Mohsin Reza, confirmed the arms and ammunition recovery before media. The security force conducted the

  • Subramanian Swamy

    India won’t declare war, but if Pakistan wants it, we are ready: Subramanian Swamy

    New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Monday said that India would never want to declare a war against Pakistan, but if the latter desired it, the former is ready for it. Swamy was responding to the latest ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch District. “Pakistan has no power. It is frustrated and weak. Their civilian government is useless. It’s a dummy government. If the military wants a

  • Salman Khan

    It is a difficult time for newcomers: Salman Khan

    Mumbai: Superstar Salman Khan feels that earlier it was far easy to launch star kids as compared to the present scenario, when all newcomers are well-trained.

  • Pope Francis

    Pope Francis urges religious communities to offer sanctuary to migrant families

    London : Pope Francis has urged all religious communities in Europe to do their part to stem the refugee crisis and offer sanctuary to migrant families. According to The Guardian, the Pontiff said that it was not enough to encourage the migrants with calls for courage and patience. Tangible demonstrations of help were needed to deal with the current migrant crisis, Pope Francis said. The comments came asÿthousands of refugees from Syria arrived in Austria

  • Mayawati

    RSS remote-controlling Modi government: Mayawati

    Lucknow: The Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) was remote-controlling the Narendra Modi government, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati has said.

  • Rupee down

    Rupee slips and opens at 66.60/USD lower by 14 paise

    Mumbai : The Indian rupee opened with a slip of 14 paise in early trade on Monday. Against friday’s closing, rupee depreciated and opened at 66.60 per dollar. Experts believe that due to the negative sentiment in European and the US stock markets, rupee should have opened slightly above 66.60-66.65 per dollar. The USD-INR currency pair will continue to get influenced by global forex and equity moves.